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Hi everyone, I'm looking for carbon arrows that can be used for stump shooting. I shoot a Bear Grizzly 26#@26''. Does anyone have recommendations?
 

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Tough one with that light of draw weight.
Some 900s and 80-100 grain points might work. Hopefully you will need to shorten them which will lighten them and get your point on up some.
If you have to go a little heavier on the point weight to get them down to around 27-28" might be best.
Others will have their sugestions I'm sure.
 

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Carbon express Predator2 .800 foot them if you can find a suitable alloy.
They will be heavy and a bit stiff but should do for stumping.
 

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Have a look at Easton Inspires. They come in higher spine numbers, all-carbon, and CHEAP, so wrecking one isn’t too painful. A .900 shaft at 28” seems about right for your setup.

Use common .166” ID components (G nocks, ACE size). I use them, prefer the Carbon One points to the lightweight Inspire points.
 
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